Heroic T-Shirts

The girls and I decided to do a craft project tonight as Patti was at Costco buying 55 gallon drums of Miracle Whip and other such bargains.

I picked up some iron-on transfers and plain white Ts, and together we looked for drawings that would make cool t-shirts online. This was an arduous process that could have taken, literally, forever, unless I put an end to it.

The girls finally went with Super Best Friends Forever, with Anya choosing Batgirl and Stella taking Supergirl. I went with the classic “Batman doing the Batusi” look — because it’s hilarious.

So for not too much money we got some one of a kind shirts that the kids love, and they think I am the coolest dad on the planet…

…which of course I am. 😉

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John Marcotte

John Marcotte

Secret identity of a father raising two super-heroic young girls

4 thoughts on “Heroic T-Shirts

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    September 12, 2014 at 6:55 pm
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    Now you’re supposed to tell everyone step-by-step instructions for making their own t-shirts, silly.

    • John Marcotte
      September 12, 2014 at 7:10 pm
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      That’s what the directions on the side of the iron-on transfers are for.

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    October 2, 2014 at 10:15 pm
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    Sometimes I see some the Tshirts with cool female characters on them in Kmart (for girls, or kids) and get jealous. I want cool female comic-character shirts for GUYS as well, where’s my Wonder Woman or Hitgirl or Batgirl shirt?

    • John Marcotte
      October 2, 2014 at 10:18 pm
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      They have them at cons, but in general, they seem to think that boys won’t buy shirts with female heroes on them and girls don’t want them.

      I think they are wrong on both counts.

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